That’s why we’ve narrowed down Zara’s most-loved products and collections on Instagram this week, which will be sure to sell out – so grab them while you can without having to set foot in store!
Zara’s latest editorial ‘The Great Knitwear’ is all about seasonal staples with premium quality and these pieces are going down a storm on social media. Think cable knit jumpers and classic roll necks. Don’t forget – black is the new black!
For little ones too
It’s not just us that are benefiting from Zara’s knitwear makeover. The latest childrenswear collection is packed with cute fairisle prints and bobbled knits in buttery shades.
Cute and cosy, you can kit the kids out for winter in affordable style. We’re even grabbing fashion tips with the knits-upon-knits combo. Think layering your jumper with a cable knit scarf. Can we get the code for the dog too, please?
Join the fashion army
It’s the collection we’ve all been waiting for – SRPLS. The opposite of pretty prairie dressing, this range is military inspired. Think shiny combat boots, cadet shoes and structured tailoring with buttons and belts everywhere.
Not convinced? SRPLS is the perfect collection for added wardrobe mileage because with all its pieces from the same colour palette - you can mix and match your staples easily! Et Voila.
Cosy cardigans aren’t the only kid’s bits giving us fashion envy. Zara’s new mini dress collection is perfect for party season. With prairie inspirations, velvet galore and cute collars, we’re wondering if the sizes go up to fit us adults.
Which is your favourite from the new Zara collections?
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Millie Gooch worked at woman&home as a fashion writer and stylist and has worked on numerous shoots for the brand. As a freelance journalist, Millie has written for a range of publications, including, ELLE, Stylist, the BBC, and the Evening Standard.
Millie is also the founder of Sober Girl Society, an online collective of women who don’t drink alcohol. Millie's debut non-fiction book, The Sober Girl Society Handbook, is a bestselling manual to navigating life as a young and sober woman. Millie gave up alcohol back in February 2018 and has since dedicated her career to changing perceptions around sobriety.
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